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osby davis' law office last month. 44-year-old maude love was arrested for starting the fire and two others. >> when he surveyed the damage of his burned-outlaw office last month he told abc7 news he believed the attack was politically motivated. >> i can certainly tell you the motive was not politically motivated. mr. love had disdain for the system and the rules of which we are governed by. >> police say the 44-year-old maude love used an accelerant to set fire to the mayor's office. >> so did the mayor even know who he was, who he is? >> again, that's not something i want to comment on. >> according to family members, love had asked the mayor to handle his mother's estate after she died in 1999. love end up being forced out of the house his mother owned and family members say love has always blamed the mayor. records show love filed a civil suit against osby davis in 2005, but a judgment was never recorded. >> we have been looking at him as a lead in a series of arsons which had have plagued our city. >> he also set a mortuary on fire on june 6th. >> the funeral home handled the s
are going on across the nation as part of homeland security training >> a new law enforcement tool in alameda county is raising fierce -- fears of big brother. the tool is a drone. that drone that weighs less than four pounds has an hd camera and flies at 400 feet above ground. the drone will be used primarily to follow criminals on the run, but critics have their doubts, even if it's cheaper than a helicopter. >> cost of a helicopter, the cost 2 to $3 million with $400 to $600 an hour in flight costs. this system, $40,000. >> we absolutely need more information. drones are subject to tremendous potential abuse, given the wealth of information they can collect, we risk proceeding into a complete surveillance state. >> the aclu is concerned residents' privacy will be compromised. they have submitted a public records act request to the sheriff. >> coming up next, tree trouble in the bay area. one in front of your house may not be long to you but the responsibility for it just might. and we have a live look from our sutro cam. it is going to be in the 70s today all over the bay area,
like law enforcement was outnumbered by these people partying. celebrating the giant's huge win. that did turn violent at time there is were fans celebrate going a more safe and joyous fashion. >> it is amazing, a sweep it is unbelievable. long-suffering giants' fans we thought i have tickets for game six. >> reporter: obviously, we won't ever get to that game six, wonderful thing for giants fans. one business owner in the mission tells us those celebrations were often scary at times, but she says exciting overall. all those bonfires that lined mission street and has left debris, we are told are the results of timing. monday morning is trash day here on mission street. so revelers were able to grab piles of trash and set them on fire. overall, quiet morning here now as life resumes a little bit back to normal just with a world series title handling over the city now. kira klapper, abc7 news. >>> from the mission district to the south of market now, rowdy fans prompted large police response there as well. amy hollyfield continues our live team coverage outside at&t park with a lo
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. but law enforcement and local government representatives are worried about the other part of prop 30, a constitutional amendment that guarantees state funding for realignment. the prison inmate shift where counties must now house thousands of low-level inmates who used to go to state prison. if it fails, counties are asking how will they be able to afford this expense? >> if the money goes away, it will have a dramatic impact on the way we do business. >> lawmakers have a history of taking money from one program to pay for another. constitutional protection means politicians cannot touch the money at all unless it goes back to the voters. >>> the next two budget years already show counties will get more than $6 billion in each of those years to take on the new inmates. >> the funding streams will still continue under statute in proposition 30 is not approved. >> but it's after that that worries county officials. >> priorities may change, legislators may change, governors may change and right now we are pretty much at the whim, so to speak, of the legislative process. we are going to
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